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Of the significance of human voice as part of experience

In Kone Foundation podcast-interview singer, artist and doctoral researcher Heidi Fast talks about her artistic research.
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In Kone Foundation podcast-interview singer, artist and doctoral researcher Heidi Fast talks about her research, in which she uses artistic methods to explore the significance of the human voice as part of experience. Fragments from the 1. artistic part of her research, a vocal installation called Vocal Nest, are included in the interview. The research is actualized in co-operation with HUH Psychiatry. 25 inpatients, who were being treated in HUH Psychiatry Centre in spring 2014 sing with Fast in the artwork.

KONEEN SÄÄTIÖ Podcast / Heidi Fast (in Finnish)

More information: http://www.koneensaatio.fi/en/blogi/singing-touches-shared-sensibility/

 

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